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Pensions: heckled in the Assembly, Borne tries to extinguish the controversy over “penalized” women

“I cannot let it be said that our project would not protect women. On the contrary”, launched the Prime Minister this Tuesday afternoon, during the session of questions to the government, in response to the Finistère socialist deputy Mélanie Thomin who estimated that women will be “more heavily penalized” by the postponement of the retirement age from 62 to 64 years old.

Heckled for a long time on the benches of the left, Elisabeth Borne assured that the reform would reduce “the unacceptable inequalities between women and men at the time of retirement”.

“We protect women who have incomplete and choppy careers, women who started working early, women who have small pensions,” she insisted. “Women will be the first beneficiaries of the revaluation of small pensions,” she added.

“The reform will contribute to reducing the pension gap between men and women”, said the head of government, denouncing a “false trial”, but adding that she hoped that the parliamentary debate would make it possible to “continue to enrich the project”. .

“A road trip”

The controversy arose from a study unveiled Monday, presented by the government as an impact study of the reform. It shows that the latter will push women to extend their careers more than men, while helping to reduce the pension gap between the two sexes.

Women “are a little penalized by the postponement of the legal age, we absolutely do not disagree”, had thus assured the Minister of Relations with Parliament Franck Riester. “The quarters per child do not play on the postponement of the age, they play on the duration of contribution”, he had explained. “It’s a way out,” sighs a ministerial adviser.

Opposed to the postponement of the legal age, the left immediately seized on the words of Franck Riester. “Even the government is finally acknowledging that women will be penalized by postponing the legal age. The more the days pass, the more everything demonstrates the injustice of this project, ”tweeted the first secretary of the Socialist Party, Olivier Faure.

“Clearly, Macronie is desperate: listen to it, we could not have said it better,” exclaimed MEP La France insoumise Manon Aubry.

” What ! ? Women who have more choppy careers and lower salaries than men risk losing out with the increase in the necessary contribution period and the decline in the retirement age, what a surprise! “, also vilified the left-wing economist Thomas Porcher, still on the social network.

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